Kim Rosenkilde is a seasoned finance industry executive, having operated in all major jurisdictions with significant management, revenue and regulatory oversight. Kim started his career on the fixed income trading floor of Copenhagen Stock exchange, before moving to London with Danske Bank. A long tenure at Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch in senior trading positions led to a Head of Markets functions with ABN AMRO in London and New York, before being appointed Country Manager of Japan, resulting in a turnaround that won the branch the coveted award “Country of the Year”. ICAP Plc. took Kim to Singapore, initially as CEO for Asia, and subsequently Chairman of the joint venture between CFETS and ICAP Plc. in China. Kim is an Alumnus of London Business School and Harvard Business School.
Remy Klammers has spent his entire career in leading investment banks, pioneering Structured Products and Trading Risk across the globe. After starting
his career with BNP Paribas, he moved to Goldman Sachs where he attained the sought after title of Partner at the age of 34 while leading trading operations
in Japan and London. He joined Lehman Brothers Tokyo, and then moved to Singapore to take up role as Global Head of FICC for Standard Chartered Bank
Plc where he was responsible for significant revenue generation. In 2009, Remy was awarded the Distinguished Financial Industry Certified Professional
certification in Financial Markets (now renamed IBF Distinguished Fellow) by the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore (IBF). Remy holds a MSc in Electrical Engineering
from Imperial College in London and an Engineering Degree from “EcoleSuperieured’Electricite (Supelec) in France.
Jan Bech Andersen
Jan’s career is deeply rooted in the maritime world. After serving as an officer in the Royal Danish Army, Jan joined Torm Shipping. In 2000, Jan was hired by ST Shipping in Singapore, a subsidiary of Glencore. Later, Jan was appointed Head of Shipping and moved to London in 2004. London remains home today, but upon leaving Glencore in 2012, Jan now acts as a significant investor in ventures spanning the globe.
Stephen Edward Bradley has extensive international experience in both government and business; in 2009 he retired from a 26 year career in the British Diplomatic Service during which he served in several senior positions including First Secretary at the British Embassy in Tokyo, Commercial Counsellor in Paris, Minster and Deputy Head of Mission in Beijing and Consul General in Hong Kong; he also spent time in business, including spells in aircraft leasing and fund management. Since 2009 he has returned to the private sector, as Senior Representative (China) Grosvenor Ltd. (2009-2013), Special Advisor to the CEO, Rio Tinto Ltd (2010- 2012) and Senior Consultant, ICAP (Asia) Ltd (2011 – present). Mr Bradley is currently a Director of Husky Energy (Canada), a Director of Swire Properties Ltd. (Hong Kong), Vice Chairman of Wanlian Development (Beijing) and Deputy Chairman of 21st Century Online English Education Co. Ltd (Beijing). He studied Oriental Studies at Balliol College, Oxford University in 1980 and post-graduate at Fudan University, Shanghai. He is a Member of the Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute and an ICD.D with the Institute of Corporate Directors of Canada.
Chief Operating Officer
Miem brings nearly 20 years of international finance expertise to RKR Capital. She has extensive business consulting experience and has served as a senior executive for a number of companies organised in Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Earlier positions that she held include Managing Director for IMC Asia Pacific, Chief Financial Officer at Kokomo Capital, member of the structured products team creating securities finance and debt structuring transactions at Fortis Bank and international tax advisor at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Most recently, Miem has been involved in various investment opportunities in Greater China. Miem holds a MSc in Science (Fiscal Economics) from the University of Amsterdam.
David is an experienced business builder with expertise in technology, quantitative methods, and derivatives trading. David started his career as a quant at Lehman Brothers and subsequently took on various trading roles within their Equity Derivatives business, he later moved to Chase Manhattan Bank to run their Equity Exotics Trading Desk, and was then hired by RBS to build out and Head their Equity Derivatives business. During his time at RBS David established a very successful proprietary business focusing on quantitative and high-frequency trading. Since leaving investment banking David has focused on technology led initiatives for quantitative trading, including trading engine implementations on FPGAs, and has established a deep network of connections in academia for collaborative research in machine learning theory as applied to quantitative trading of financial markets. David has a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics, has been a lecturer for the Oxford University MSc in Mathematical Finance and an Advisor to Kings College, London, Department of Mathematics for their PhD and MSc programmes in Mathematical Finance.